The Unfaithful Ways
There’s a growing movement across the nation. Young, talented musicians are devoting themselves to country music. One Lyttelton band that walk the walk are The Unfaithful Ways who’ve been charming audiences with their fine harmony singing and back-to-basics, small-town style. We join 20 year old song-writer and lead-singer Marlon Williams at The Kings Arms Tavern in Auckland as the band prepare to release their debut album.....
Marlon Williams and Sebastian Warne. Photo: Nick Atkinson
.....then we follow the band as they pedal their new album Free Rein around Auckland City culminating in a video shoot for the song Trouble I'm In at the historic Alberton House.
Marlon Williams on set at Alberton House. Photo: Nick Atkinson
Tiny Lies in session
Staying in Canterbury Kirsten Johnstone hosts a live session with Tiny Lies who are Harley Williams on guitar and vocals with Charlotte Ivey singing and playing harmonica.
Our foreign correspondent Kate Orgias reports from the Big Apple where a squadron of kiwi acts are trying to impress industry insiders.